|Carolina Public Relations has a broad base of experience providing strategic counsel and tactical program implementation to human services organizations in the region, including:
Aluminum Cans for Burned Children, Charleston,
Statewide public relations planning and support for this fund-raising
and recycling organization supported by the S.C. Firefighters. Funds
raised through recycling and other programs support non-medical services
for burned children treated at the Medical University of South Carolina's
Children's Hospital. Carolina Public Relations promoted fire safety
and burn prevention throughout the state. More than $1 million was
raised through aluminum can recycling.
First Steps to School Readiness, State of South Carolina
Public and media relations activities for governor's school readiness
program in South Carolina's 46 counties. Carolina Public Relations
provides communication strategy, training and counsel to the state
office and local partnership boards.
Charlotte Housing Authority, Charlotte, N.C.
Marketing and public relations campaign to introduce Moving
Forward, a new program that promotes employment and self-reliance
among its residents and expands affordable housing options for low-income
families. Charlotte is one of 30 housing authorities nationally chosen
by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to pilot innovative
methods to enhance public housing.
Keystone Substance Abuse Services, Rock Hill, S.C.
Strategic communication and capital campaign counsel for this substance
abuse services provider that serves three South Carolina counties.
Lutheran Family Services of the Carolinas, Raleigh, S.C. and Columbia,
Public relations counsel and media relations to this $22 million human
services agency serving both Carolinas.
Hospice at Charlotte and Gastonia, N.C.
Marketing communications and public relations programs for these full-service
and local hospice care agencies.
The Springs Close Foundation, Fort Mill, S.C.
Annual giving report for this foundation that has contributed over
$92 million to charitable and educational causes designed to improve
the quality of life and well-being of people in the South Carolina
counties of Chester, Lancaster and York.
York County Board of Disabilities & Special Needs, Rock
Community relations and image building to build a local foundation
to support disabled individuals in the community.